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Class Notes for ATHK1001 at University of Sydney

Analytical Thinking

ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mnemonic, Sunk Costs, Self-Reference

Analytical Thinking Part 3 Lecture 7- Improve thinking and learning Sunk cost fallacy: any past cost paid cannot be recovered For Decision making 1. 2 systems: - System 1: fast, intuitive, e...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ad Hominem, Slippery Slope, Circular Reasoning

Lecture 1- thinking Thinking is built on other aspects Perception, memory, language Creating and using knowledge rather than extracting knowledge Recent terms of evolution Errors can be due...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Standard Deviation, Null Hypothesis

1 April ATHK Lecture 13 Lecture Analysing Means Z-scores The difference between the observed score and mean divided by the standard deviation. Converts scores to a standard. ...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Alcohol By Volume, Aspirin, Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient

2 April ATHK Lecture 14 Lecture Correlation Correlation Data: Looking at the relationship between two variables that have been measured. Running and training 3 possibilities of relationshi...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Chi-Squared Distribution, Ultimatum Game, Null Hypothesis

3 April ATHK Lecture 15 Lecture Analysis of Categorical Data Not all interesting data is qualitative Lots of data is quantitative: o E.g. sales figures, how many people intend to vote...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Hypothesis, Null Result

26 March ATHK Lecture 11 Lecture Strategy for testing hypotheses How we test a specific hypothesis is a question of methodology. But we need a general, systematic approach to deciding if dat...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Test Statistic, Statistical Significance, Standard Deviation

27 March ATHK Lecture Lecture Significant differences Hypotheses Hypotheses connect research questions with data analysis. A connection between the data and the research question ...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Scatter Plot, Clinical Trial, Falsifiability

20 March ATHK Lecture Lecture Research Design What are we graphing in each case? What type of What numbers do we What sort of graph? variables need 2 categori...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Quartile, Central Tendency, Descriptive Statistics

18 March ATHK Lecture 7 Lecture Quantitative Data Steps to take to insure trustworthy data 1. Thorough literature review 2. Identify and minimise bias and systematic error 3. Rep...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Unimodality, Standard Deviation, Discourse Analysis

19 March ATHK Lecture 8 Lecture Qualitative Data Distribution Shape Symmetrical unimodal / multimodal / flat (every value is about the same and theres little variation) Skew...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Blind Experiment, Numerical Analysis, Confounding

13 March Analytical Thinking Lecture 6 Lecture Sampling Two types of errors Systematic distortion of data due to systematic factors Non-systematic (random error or noise) distortions of da...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Big Data

4 March Analytical Thinking Lecture 1 (Dr Bruce Burns) Cognition The act or process of knowing; perception The product of such a process; something thus known, perceived, etc. ...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Clinical Trial, Johann Gottfried Galle, Berlin Observatory

25 March Analytical Thinking Lecture 10 Lecture Difference between confirmatory and experimental studies Study Types: Exploratory or confirmatory Exploratory - Study which addresses a q...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Medline, Sciencedirect, Psycinfo

11 March Analytical Thinking Lecture 4 Lecture Trustworthy Data Library Databases Databases specific to a broad subject - ScienceDirect: Books and articles in every area ...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns
ATHK1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Null Hypothesis, Falsifiability, Google Scholar

6 March Analytical Thinking Lecture 3 Lecture Finding what is known What makes a good research question? E.g. Why the MHD problem is difficult for people? A good research question is clear and ...

Analytical Thinking
ATHK1001
bruce burns

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